19 simple, fun and effective ESL board games
English teaching board games without dice etc that are more fun and better at practising language than those which need such accoutrements, and with many more possible uses.15 ways to teach English with blocks and stacking games
Stacking blocks and other things like plastic kitchen sets to practise numbers, basic maths, times, days of the week, months, dates, the alphabet, phonics, colours, basic questions and answers, shapes, prepositions of position, requests and offers.Using ball games to teach English
Almost 100 ways to use a ball in EFL classes, plus 13 other kinds of objects you can use the same way if donít want to use a ballHow to teach the language of trends
Presentation and stimulating practice for describing changes, one of the most important kinds of business/ ESP language.How to teach FCE Use of English Part Two open cloze
Exam tips, self-study tips and stimulating classroom activities for the Cambridge First Certificate fill the gaps with one word task.